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In this section you can find information about available capacity building activities on COVID-19, population health and health information. These include capacity building activities of PHIRI as well as other International Health Information Organizations and Institutions.

COVID-19 Exercise Programme - Drills for Vaccine Deployment

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Drills
Activity Description

This programme has been developed as a set of four drills that can be undertaken to test and practice key elements of your COVID-19 vaccine deployment programme using real resources and staff.

Supply chain and communication strategies - COVID-19 Vaccine Tabletop exercise

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Table-Top Exercises
Activity Description

A COVID-19 vaccine tabletop exercise that aims to assist countries to plan, develop and update their national deployment and vaccination plan (NDVP) for the equitable timely access to COVID-19 vaccines specifically addressing targeting supply chain & communication strategies.

Regulatory and Safety issues - COVID-19 Vaccine Tabletop exercise

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Table-Top Exercises
Activity Description

A COVID-19 vaccine tabletop exercise that aims to assist countries to plan, develop and update their national deployment and vaccination plan (NDVP) for the equitable timely access to COVID-19 vaccines specifically addressing regulatory and safety issues.

COVID-19 - Public Health and Social Measures (PHSM) Tabletop exercise

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Table-Top Exercises
Activity Description

A Public Health and Social Measures (PHSM) tabletop exercise to conceptualize and manage ongoing (local) COVID-19 outbreaks in the country, while minimizing social and economic disruption through effective public health and social measures.

Urban COVID-19 Tabletop exercise

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Table-Top Exercises
Activity Description

An Urban COVID-19 tabletop exercise to discuss critical issues in urban environments as the pandemic develops into an established infectious disease that may have periods of increased spread and number of persons affected.

Health facility & Infection Prevention and Control Tabletop exercise

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Table-Top Exercises
Activity Description

A Health facility & IPC tabletop exercise that aims to examine the implementation of IPC strategies required to prevent or limit transmission of COVID-19 in health care facilities.

Expanding our understanding of post COVID-19 condition (Seminar/Webinar 1)

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

On 9 February 2021, a first Seminar/Webinar entitled “Expanding our understanding of Post COVID-19 condition” was held under the auspices of WHO and in consultation with the International Severe Acute Respiratory and Emerging Infection Consortium (ISARIC), Global Research Collaboration for Infect

Expanding our understanding of post COVID-19 condition: towards a Clinical Case Definition (Seminar/Webinar 2)

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

This second WHO Seminar/Webinar will present the consensus clinical case definition from the global Delphi exercise, and then expand on understanding the mechanisms that may cause post COVID-19 condition, and the care models to manage it.

High-level event: The role of Primary Health Care in the COVID-19 pandemic response and leading equitable recovery

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

The event aims to: call on political leaders worldwide to reaffirm the importance of primary health care in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and other health-related emergencies; share best practices and success stories of strengthening primary health care to facilitate COVID-19 response (